By Anthony Patete, JD, MBA Faculty Member, School of Business at American Public University There is always conflict between labor and management. If you ask laborers what their biggest concern is, it is job stability. Ask any manager and it is profitability. How both sides reach their goals is why we have human resources in every company. However, when it comes to the cleanliness of the workplace kitchen, all bets are off. How do we find a middle ground? The Workplace The modern workplace brings many people together for a common purpose -- to earn wages. Many people spend a significant amount of time at work, and many employers provide workplace amenities such as babysitting, gyms, relaxation areas and a workplace kitchen. Assuming most people eat three meals a day and have snacks during the day, this kitchen area is a welcome resource for employees. The workplace kitchen is not only a place to eat and prepare meals, but is also a break and socialization area. Most, if not all,
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